configuration as you see fit (which is why we offer such a feature).
You will need to mount your root file system after logging in (assuming it is
/dev/sda3 - it will be the largest partition on /dev/sda):
mount /dev/sda3 /mnt
Then you can navigate to /mnt to edit files as needed.
Removing the execute bit from the following start up scripts will make it more
likely the server will be reachable after rebooting back into Production Mode:
chmod -x /mnt/etc/init.d/cphulkd
chmod -x /mnt/etc/iptables
If you are able to reach the server after canceling Recovery Mode, please do
not forget to do the converse:
chmod +x /etc/init.d/cphulkd
chmod +x /etc/init.d/iptables
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